We managed to post pictures for CA Boas available for rehoming. We’re pleased to offer some boas from a Hypo Motley CA paired to a Hypo CA. The rest was Hypo, Hypo Motley, Super Hypo Motley and Super Hypo Boas.
Check them out here.
Our 2020 Hog Island Boas are ready for their new homes! We finally found some time to take some pictures of the boas.
These boas are naturally hypo in color, featuring orange tail saddles with clean, background color, and light speckling. “Hog’s” as they’re affectionately called by keepers, are unique in the way they can vary in coloration. Being light in color in in the early morning hours. their color hue tends to darken throughout the day. Our groups of pure Hog Isle boas that we’re working with have reduced speckling and vibrant orange tails.
2020 Hog Island Boas (Boa imperator) has arrived! As some of you may know, these are some of our favorite boas; they’re small, beautiful, and have a great demeanor.
In a couple of weeks once they have all had their first shed and a few meals they’ll be ready for new homes. 🙂
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What is your New Years Resolution? Our resolution is to continue to learn more about our animals, and pass on our knowledge to the many keepers in this hobby. Weather your a new hobbyist or an experienced keeper, there’s always opportunity to learn.
We’ve been working with reptiles for many years now. In the last few years we’ve started keeping various lizards we’ve never kept before. This has been an awesome experience and it’s increased our interest in the hobby, and allows us to share these experiences with friends and other keepers. 😊